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Lachlan X Morris with Ben Leece & The Left of Dial

When:

Sat 6 Mar 2021, 7:00pm–11:30pm

Where: The Stag and Hunter Hotel, 187 Maitland Rd, Mayfield, Hunter Region

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
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Listed by: jameskl3

Lachlan X. Morris presents Muscle Memory. The fourth instalment in the velveteen fever dream he calls rock n roll.

Recorded in three suitably raucous and vital sessions at Lachlan’s place of worship, RTN Studios in Newcastle from April to June of 2020. It’s his first album back at RTN since his debut full-length release, Ouija Board Heartbreak Tambourine in 2017.

Muscle Memory finds LXM sonically reunited with Geoff Mullard, the very man he recorded with for the first time 11 years ago.

Lyrically, the new album puts the magnifying glass on bad habits, boring ruts and all the vapid, dead-end routines we fall into day to day…

The captured sound is the razor-edged recording style of Geoff Mullard, the refined polish & meticulous mixing prowess of Fraser Marshall and the nostalgic, hot-wired songwriting instincts of Lachlan X. Morris. Three brains with six stringed telepathy on one record. Loud has never tasted so good.

He'll be taking the new record on a short but sweet sojourn around his local NSW haunts.